Widex Hearing Aids

Models, Features, Prices, and Reviews


David Copithorne

Content Director

25 July 2019

Widex is one of the world’s most popular hearing aid brands. Known for its advanced hearing aid technology, Widex was founded more than 60 years ago in Denmark by the Tøpholm and Westermann families. In March 2019, relatives of the company's original founders merged Widex with Sivantos, another Big Six hearing aid manufacturer. The new combined company, WS Audiology, has combined revenues of EUR 1.7 billion ($1.9 billion USD) and more than 10,000 employees. WS Audiology is now the third-largest hearing aid company in the world. Widex brand hearing aids specialize in innovative ways to deliver the best possible sound quality and performance in real-life situations, like noise.

Widex Evoke Hearing Aids

EVOKE hearing aids with machine learning

EVOKE™ is the latest hearing aid family from Widex. Released in mid-2018, EVOKE features automatic sound processing, natural sound and performance in a variety of difficult listening environments, with Sound Class technology across all product styles and tiers. Select styles offer Made-for-iPhone connectivity. EVOKE is the only hearing aid to utilize real-time machine learning to allow the wearer to personalize and optimize their sound settings in any listening environment, right in the moment. This proprietary Widex feature is called SoundSense Learn.

Introducing the Widex EVOKE Hearing aid

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SoundSense Learn

Found in the EVOKE smartphone app, SoundSense Learn lets the wearer select their environment and listening goals, then listen and compare two sound profiles, and choose one they like best. Based on the wearer’s choices, the hearing aid learns what settings they like and improves their hearing experience in real time. This Widex-exclusive feature allows the wearer more control even in the most difficult listening environments and offers the hearing care professional insights into their patients’ sound preferences to further enhance treatment. The Widex EVOKE smartphone app offers a variety of control options in addition to SoundSense learn, including advanced control for streaming, volume and programs, directional focus, and more.

Widex hearing aid prices

Widex hearing aids range in price from $3,400 to $6,400 per pair, depending on the model. Popular models include the BEYOND and EVOKE.

ModelAverage PriceAverage Deal Price
Widex BEYOND™ 110$3,400$2,600
Widex BEYOND™ 220$4,143$2,607
Widex BEYOND™ 330$5,454$3,196
Widex BEYOND™ 440$5,348$4,479
Widex EVOKE™ 110$3,264$2,166
Widex EVOKE™ 220$4,028$3,060
Widex EVOKE™ 330$4,968$4,605
Widex EVOKE™ 440$6,393$4,866


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Other Widex hearing aids

WS Audiology manufactures a number of other Widex hearing aid technology families. In addition to EVOKE, the company also manufactures the Widex BEYOND™ and Widex UNIQUE™ hearing aids. In terms of form factors, Widex has everything from wireless completely-in-the-canal (CIC) hearing aids to power behind-the-ear (BTE) hearing aids. All Widex hearing aids are fully programmable and offer wireless connectivity.

BEYOND Made-for-iPhone hearing aids

Widex BEYOND is the first Made-For-iPhone (2.4 GHz) hearing aid produced by Widex. Like EVOKE, BEYOND hearing aids are compatible with Widex's full suite of wireless DEX™ devices, including a streamer that provides Bluetooth connectivity for streaming audio from non-Apple devices. A smartphone BEYOND App allows users to control their hearing aids, including streaming, hearing aid volume, directional focus, and sound equalization adjustments.

UNIQUE hearing aids

Widex UNIQUE hearing aids feature superior sound quality, including a sound processing classification system called Sound Class Technology that divides listening environments into nine distinct sound classes to better suit each wearer’s own sound situation. They include a Wind Noise Attenuation system that reduces wind noise, making the hearing aids more comfortable and making speech easier to hear, addressing a common challenge for hearing aid wearers. And for understanding speech in environments with background noise, such as a fan or a refrigerator, a Soft Level Noise Reduction system ensures that soft speech sounds are maintained for users while unwanted sounds are limited.

CUSTOM hearing aids

Widex reduced the size of its processor engine by 40% in the Widex CUSTOM™ family to deliver hearing aids with custom cosmetic options without compromising sound quality. They deliver high-performance sound processing and Bluetooth connectivity through DEX™ accessories. Widex CUSTOM-style hearing aids are available in both the UNIQUE and EVOKE lines.

Widex Custom Hearing Aid Commercial English

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Notable Widex hearing aid features and technologies

Widex is a huge innovator in the world of hearing aids. Aside from machine learning and rechargeable innovations, Widex has a long-standing reputation as being the best hearing aid brand for musicians, and most consumers rate Widex as the best brand for natural music reproduction. Many in the hearing industry also look to Widex as a pioneer in tinnitus relief, due in part to its Zen Fractal Technology, which offers a variety of sound therapy solutions for both the user and hearing care provider. Zen Fractal Technology is available in all hearing aid models.

Widex rechargeable hearing aids

Widex provides rechargeable hearing aids utilizing replaceable batteries from the Second-Generation ZPower system. ZPower rechargeable batteries offer at least a full day of battery life and can be swapped with standard zinc air batteries at any time, providing more flexibility if wearers forget to charge their devices or are without power.

Widex Rechargeables

New Widex EVOKE Fusion 2 hearing aids come with a rechargeable option. If you currently own either EVOKE Fusion 2 or BEYOND Fusion 2 hearing aids, you can ask your audiologist to retrofit them with a new battery door to accommodate the ZPower rechargeable batteries.

Machine Learning

Machine learning is a form of artificial intelligence where systems learn from data, identify patterns and make decisions on their own. In Widex EVOKE hearing aids, SoundSense Learn technology has hearing aid users listen to sound profiles suggested by an app on their smartphones. The user is presented with simple sound profiles via A/B comparisons, then listens and compares the sound profiles, and selects their preference for either A or B. The users’ choices are then fed back into a machine learning system, the Widex Cloud, where the process continues and new intelligent sound profiles are presented to other users. The SoundSense Learn feature constantly improves the personalized sound settings for various listening environments and is available to EVOKE wearers—right in the moment when they need them.

Fluid Sound Analyzer

Widex hearing aids automatically react to different listening environments with Fluid Sound Analyzer technology, and the Fluid Sound Controller automatically adjusts device settings to those different environments. This feature is known as SoundClass Technology and minimizes the need for additional dedicated programs. It distinguishes between settings with speech and without speech to allow for both comfort and clarity in any environment.

Widex hearing aid DEX accessories

Widex hearing aid accessories transmit audio from your phone and TV directly to your hearing aids. (To learn which accessories work with the Widex hearing aids you wear, consult with your hearing healthcare provider.)

COMDEX™ and UNI-DEX™ Bluetooth streamers

Widex COM-DEX and UNI-DEX are hands-free neck-worn streamers that transmit high-quality sound to hearing aids from phones, MP3 players and other devices. COM-DEX pairs easily via Bluetooth to a variety of Bluetooth accessories. It also works with an optional COM-DEX Remote Mic to hear better over distances up to 10 meters. And a COM-DEX App enables smartphone control of your hearing aid’s Bluetooth settings.



A neck-worn streamer that delivers high-quality sound from any Android phone or Bluetooth device to Widex hearing aids.

Compatible hearing aids

UNI-DEX is a neck-worn plug-and-play solution that streams wireless audio to your hearing aids. Unlike COM-DEX, it uses a standard cable that plugs into a 3.5 mm mini-jack in your mobile phone, MP3 player or other device. A one-hour charge to the battery lets the UNI-DEX stream for up to 40 hours. No Bluetooth or pairing are required.



Streams audio from any device with a head-set mini-jack, including mobile phones, tablets, computers, or even the armrest audio players on airplanes.

Compatible hearing aids

CALL-DEX and PHONE-DEX 2 phone call solutions

CALL-DEX™ and PHONE-DEX 2™ make mobile and landline phone calls easier to hear and understand. If your mobile phone has a port for a 3.5 mm mini-jack, CALL-DEX will stream phone calls directly to your Widex hearing aids. CALL-DEX is a tiny accessory that inserts into the jack plug of your phone and lets you stream audio for up to 80 hours. No neck-loop is required.



Streams conversations straight from mobile phones to Widex hearing aids.

Compatible hearing aids

PHONE-DEX 2 is an all-purpose, cordless phone that streams calls directly to both hearing aids. There’s no feedback and no need for a telecoil program or streamer. And PHONE-DEX 2 can be used as a regular phone by anyone else in the family as well. It sits in a base station that also charges the cordless handset, which provides up to 10 hours of talk time and 100 hours of standby time before needing recharging. Phone-DEX 2 also includes an on-board answering machine feature.



A cordless phone that connects automatically with Widex hearing aids and provides improved speech understanding in both ears.

Compatible hearing aids

TV PLAY streams to your Evoke hearing aids

TV PLAY™ streams audio from your television direct to your Widex EVOKE Fusion2 hearing aids. It’s easy to set up, with minimal cables that connect to the digital audio out and powered USB ports on your TV. The device can sit next to the TV or be easily mounted on its back. Sound levels can be controlled via the hearing aid control buttons, RC-DEX, or the EVOKE app.



TV PLAY streams audio wirelessly from your TV directly to your Widex hearing aids.

Compatible hearing aids

When TV PLAY is powered up, pairing is automatic—you just turn the hearing aids off and back on. And with the EVOKE smartphone app, you can adjust the volume of the TV and the volume of the hearing aids independently.

EVOKE smartphone app provides range of controls

The EVOKE app provides a range of controls for your EVOKE hearing aids. It also features the exclusive machine learning feature called SoundSense Learn to establish the best personalized sound settings for multiple listening environments in real-time. With it, EVOKE wearers can create and name their own, personalized programs. If they wish, they can save the settings. It also lets wearers make individual volume adjustments on each hearing aid, adjust the directionality of microphones, and set location-based programs to switch on automatically. The EVOKE smartphone app also generates automatic updates that will give the user access to new features and product enhancements.



Compatible hearing aids

The TONELINK app uses a smartphone's speaker to transmit one-way acoustic commands that control key functions. Since these commands are sent in a coded sound from the smartphone to the hearing aid, users do not need Bluetooth or assistive listening devices. The TONELINK hearing aid app enables users to discreetly change programs, adjust volume, mute, and change directional focus.

Widex legacy hearing aid models

Widex constantly updates its hearing aid models. It leads its current lineup with its EVOKE, BEYOND, and UNIQUE models. However, some dealers continue to sell earlier models, including:

  • Widex DREAM hearing aids
  • Widex SUPER hearing aids
  • Widex CLEAR hearing aids
  • Widex MIND hearing aids

Widex tinnitus solutions

Widex was among the first to use hearing aids to treat tinnitus when it introduced its ZEN Therapy program in 2012. Widex hearing aids generate "fractal tones" to manage tinnitus noises in the ears and head. Additionally, the Widex ZEN Tinnitus App offers listeners the option to stream soothing sounds through their hearing devices. It also offers counseling techniques for relaxation and sleep.